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Relieving Floods, Revealing History: Early Prehistoric Activity at Knocknagael

Relieving Floods, Revealing History: Early Prehistoric Activity at Knocknagael

Research undertaken by GUARD Archaeology, published in Scottish Archaeological Internet Reports, has revealed how prehistoric occupation of the Scottish Highlands changed over millennia.
Unearthing an ancient house in Ayrshire

Unearthing an ancient house in Ayrshire

Archaeologists from GUARD Archaeology Ltd, working for Scottish Water, have uncovered the remains of one of the earliest houses in East Ayrshire. Dating to around the early Neolithic period (3,500-4000 BC), these archaeological remains were uncovered in countryside near....
The complex history of a rural medieval building in Aberdeenshire

The complex history of a rural medieval building in Aberdeenshire

Newly published research by GUARD Archaeology has revealed the complex history of a turf and stone-built medieval building. Sherds of pottery obtained from the floor of the structure suggest it was in use during the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries
Prehistoric settlement and ritual activities at Barassie, South Ayrshire

Prehistoric settlement and ritual activities at Barassie, South Ayrshire

Between 2008 and 2012 archaeological excavations at Barassie near Troon revealed Mesolithic pits, early Neolithic structures, middle to late Neolithic pits, and Bronze Age pits and boundary ditches.

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